Islington Mill Art Academy member artist Lorna Mollart will be presenting a range of new audio and sculpture works and Islington Mill studio tenant, Steve Hockett, an artist, designer and doer of things, who will be screening a recent video work.
Potluck Dinner in 1st floor Common Room from 6pm followed by crit in the gallery – please bring a dish to share (enough for 1 person, can be home-cooked or shop- bought, home cooked is nicer!) and BYOB.
Islington Mill Art Academy (IMAA) is the Mill’s very own independent art school. Founded in 2007 by Mill director Maurice Carlin, it led the way for many subsequent alternative self-education projects responding to questions around the relevance and usefulness of mainstream arts education.
IMAA is a constantly evolving entity which governs and sustains itself. The people who are there at any one moment decide on the activity, structure and direction of the school. There is no distinction between student and tutor, everyone is engaged in learning together. There is no application process or graduation. People leave when they feel ready to, it is based on a willingness to be there for the time that you are there. If you are interested in joining, please get in touch or come along to our next event. For more details on what we do:
Weekly Wednesday Potlucks
Islington Mill is open to the public every Wednesday for a rotating series of lectures, film nights, artist critiques & hands on workshops as an addition to our potluck tradition.
Doors are at 6:30pm, food in the 1st floor Common Room and event times for the Gallery Space will be as announced week to week.
All are welcome to attend either the potluck or the event, or both!